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An update on DH. He has now completed second week of chemo and radiation. Last wee.

You Are Not Paranoid The Obama Gov't Really Does Have YOU Under Surveillance

The CIA wants to spy on you through your TV: Agency director says net-connected gadgets will 'transform' surveillance

This was Jeanne Calment-  she passed away in 1997 at the age of 122 years and 164 days old. She learned to fence at 85, and was still riding a bicycle at 100. At 113 she was known as the last living person to have personally met vincent van gogh! She lived alone until 110 and was able to walk upright until almost 115. Ms. Calment is one of the longest lifetimes in documented history! What an awesome lady!

Jeanne Calment passed away at 122 years and 164 days old. She learned to fence at 85 and rode a bike at She met Vincent Van gogh! she lived alone until 110 and was able to walk upright until almost 115 An amazing and well documented life. Wikipedia her!

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Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence? The Experts Cant Seem To Agree/  Some big names in science and tech seem to think so--Stephen Hawking, for one--and they've issued grave warnings about the looming threat of artificial intelligence

Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence? The Experts Can't Seem To Agree

What is it like to be a cyborg? In his last regular column for BBC Future, Frank Swain explores the biggest misconceptions about bionic limbs, microchip implants and beyond.

Is artificial intelligence limited by simply mirroring human intelligence? Should it be used to extend our intelligence?

AI robot: how machine intelligence is evolving

No computer can yet pass the 'Turing test' and be taken as human. But, says Marcus du Sautoy, the hunt for artificial intelligence is moving in a different, exciting direction that involves creativity, language – and even jazz

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